Monday, 18 September 2017

Human Stem Cell Manual A Laboratory Guide

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 Human Stem Cell Manual A Laboratory Guide book is written by   Jeanne F. Loring

 Every book, even a laboratory manual, has a personal story behind it; briefly, this is mine. On Friday morning, August 10, 2001, I picked up the newspaper from my doorstep in Foster City, California, and read on the front page that at 9:01 pm Thursday, President George W. Bush had announced that the NIH would begin supporting research on any human embryonic stem cells that existed at that moment. To my surprise, those 60 existing hESC “derivations” included nine that I had initiated myself. The 60 grew to 78 as more scientists reported in, but as I finish this book, the number has dwindled to 21. Fifty-seven of the 78 were like mine: early stage experimental cultures that didn’t further expand into robust lines.


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